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    Marlin Model 336C

    What is a 1987 Marlin 336C in 35Rem worth? It has been shot little and in a case for years. It has a Swift model 654 3-9x32 mounted.
    I have not had a chance to check this out and no idea how clean/dirty it is or the condition of the barrel.

    Thoughts?
    Semper Fi

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    wolfhunter Guest
    It's worth $10. Ship it to me and I'll cover that and the shipping

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    Quote Originally Posted by wolfhunter View Post
    It's worth $10. Ship it to me and I'll cover that and the shipping
    Semper Fi

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    Quote Originally Posted by ricbak View Post
    What is a 1987 Marlin 336C in 35Rem worth? It has been shot little and in a case for years. It has a Swift model 654 3-9x32 mounted.
    I have not had a chance to check this out and no idea how clean/dirty it is or the condition of the barrel.

    Thoughts?
    In a zipped up case?
    Ummmmm, I hope it ain't all rusted out. 35Rem in lever action is a good deer rifle
    In fact I prefer the 35 rem in T/C contender to 30/30. It is much more accurate.
    Good luck

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    wolfhunter Guest
    The ones listed at Gunbroker are from $250 - $650.

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    Quote Originally Posted by theicemanmpls View Post
    In a zipped up case?
    Ummmmm, I hope it ain't all rusted out. 35Rem in lever action is a good deer rifle
    In fact I prefer the 35 rem in T/C contender to 30/30. It is much more accurate.
    Good luck
    Thanks, From What I hear now is that it may have been oiled once a year, (out right gun abuse!) and may not have had a patch down the barrel in ????????? Maybe get my hands on it later next week...
    Semper Fi

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    According to the Blue Book the old model 336C 1969-83 the high value is $450 to a low of $175 plus 10% for 35 rem. If it's a newer model, 336C/CS manufactured since 1984 it has a high value of $435 to a low of $150. MSR is $564. I have two myself. One old model and a new model. It's a great all-a-round caliber that has been overlooked for years! It has started to gain some popularity recently. Short case, heavy projectile and good energy.
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